Canada Auto Sales Figures by Brand

The GCBC Analysis

When you look at the brands and how they fared, the top half of the list looks pretty good. The brands that sold higher volumes appear to have preformed well in Canada for during the last month. With that said, overall, sales appear to be down.

When you look YTD it’s a bit of a different story, the top six brands in terms of volume all saw sales decreases. This suggests the month of June was a better month for car sales than previous ones, but the overall sales are still down.

When you look at the previous quarter of sales and compare it to that quarter last year, you’ll see that the vast majority of brands experienced declines in sales. This suggests that just like in the American market, sales are declining in Canada overall, too.

Below you will find Canadian sales figures for all of the major auto brands broken down by month and by quarter. Brands differ from Manufacturers , for example, Ford Motor Co manufacturers both Ford and Lincoln brands. If you are looking for Canadian sales figures by auto manufacturer check out this page instead.

We will report June 2019 Automotive Sales beginning on Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019, beginning around 10 AM ET.

Data will trickle in throughout the day with the numbers being finalized by EOD. GCBC is also happy to announce that we will be adding quarterly sales reports and comparisons in addition to monthly sales comparisons beginning this quarter. We will also be adding monthly sales tables and charts to the mix as well.

Note: FCA US LLC will end its practice of reporting U.S. and Canada sales on a monthly basis following June results. FCA US and FCA Canada will report monthly sales for May and June. The first quarterly report will occur on October 1, 2019, covering the months of July, August, and September.

Previous Month Comparison

Brand Month LY Change YTD YTD Last Year YTD Change Month Share YTD Share
Acura 13,547 12,819 5.68 61,619 58,121 6.02 0.84 0.36
Alfa Romeo 1,572 2,377 -33.87 7,442 10,016 -25.70 0.10 0.04
Audi 18,892 19,315 -2.19 82,031 88,216 -7.01 1.18 0.48
BMW 27,108 26,662 1.67 124,812 123,982 0.67 1.69 0.72
Buick 20,765 17,590 18.05 90,626 91,984 -1.48 1.29 0.53
Cadillac 14,874 13,073 13.78 63,761 62,035 2.78 0.93 0.37
Chevrolet 175,322 168,284 4.18 789,075 827,217 -4.61 10.92 4.58
Chrysler 10,903 14,724 -25.95 51,481 75,146 -31.49 0.68 0.30
Dodge 47,759 46,581 2.53 189,538 204,546 -7.34 2.97 1.10
Fiat 1,025 1,441 -28.87 4,170 6,859 -39.20 0.06 0.02
Ford 232,161 231,772 0.17 991,253 1,006,395 -1.50 14.46 5.75
Genesis 2,313 1,076 114.96 8,121 6,466 25.60 0.14 0.05
GMC 56,890 46,055 23.53 231,770 223,454 3.72 3.54 1.34
Honda 131,985 140,250 -5.89 579,475 582,870 -0.58 8.22 3.36
Hyundai 66,121 64,980 1.76 269,126 264,529 1.74 4.12 1.56
Infiniti 10,413 11,625 -10.43 53,219 61,472 -13.43 0.65 0.31
Jaguar 2,021 2,366 -14.58 14,390 12,205 17.90 0.13 0.08
Jeep 90,326 97,287 -7.16 379,455 408,033 -7.00 5.62 2.20
Kia 60,062 59,462 1.01 248,043 236,992 4.66 3.74 1.44
Land Rover 7,337 7,103 3.29 39,530 37,797 4.59 0.46 0.23
Lexus 24,537 25,391 -3.36 112,688 111,244 1.30 1.53 0.65
Lincoln 9,728 9,755 -0.28 43,033 40,735 5.64 0.61 0.25
Mazda 25,192 29,980 -15.97 115,725 137,031 -15.55 1.57 0.67
Mercedes-Benz 25,631 30,077 -14.78 129,929 143,944 -9.74 1.60 0.75
Mini 2,822 4,226 -33.22 14,348 18,490 -22.40 0.18 0.08
Mitsubishi 9,750 12,416 -21.47 58,783 56,178 4.64 0.61 0.34
Nissan 121,570 120,207 1.13 540,313 574,127 -5.89 7.57 3.13
Porsche 5,010 5,536 -9.50 25,052 26,443 -5.26 0.31 0.15
Ram 67,117 51,884 29.36 257,941 208,612 23.65 4.18 1.50
Smart 85 110 -22.73 401 524 -23.47 0.01 0.00
Subaru 63,972 60,146 6.36 278,014 263,019 5.70 3.98 1.61
Tesla 16,350 11,250 45.33 58,875 40,580 45.08 1.02 0.34
Toyota 197,637 193,842 1.96 837,068 883,287 -5.23 12.31 4.86
Volkswagen 35,702 31,211 14.39 152,883 143,946 6.21 2.22 0.89
Volvo 9,761 9,338 4.53 40,186 37,977 5.82 0.61 0.23

∑ = 1,606,260

∑ = 6,944,176

Previous Quarter Comparison

Monthly Sales Table



Quarterly Sales Table




Important note: Both Ford, GM, and FCA have switched to quarterly reporting, making it more difficult to accurately gauge sales. We won’t have results to report for Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, Lincoln, Jeep, Chrysler, Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Dodge, and Ram until the end of each quarter.

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